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Clarina

Posted on Feb 17, 2015 in Dose of Design , Products
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The design of Clarina reinterprets the primordial forms of the classic floor lamp with the addition of a strong personality

Clarina is a floor lamp with a solid beech wood base and a stem with hand-rubbed natural oil treatment, while the conical lampshade is made of cotton fabric. The floor lamp is a lighting solution with generous proportions and minimal lines, perfect to be positioned next to a seat as a reading light, in the living room or in the bedroom.
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